This extended four bedroom detached family home is located in Tattersall Close which is set in a quiet cul-de-sac set off Rances Lane that is within walking distance of Wokingham town centre, well-regarded local schools and is ideally placed for access to the A329(M) and M4. There is also a selection of local shops in nearby Rances Lane which is only a short walk away. The houses in Tattersall Close were built in 1978 and are all detached, many of which have been improved or extended.
The property is 2084 sq. ft. and spans over two floors and offers flexible living accommodation throughout, as you come through the front door you will find three reception rooms on the left hand side of the entrance hall and it is made up by a large living room that features a fireplace and a beautiful bay window, the property has been extended so now there is a study which is perfect for someone who wishes to work from home or this could easily be utilised as a playroom for the growing family. Furthermore there is then an extended dining room with double French doors that lead out into the garden.
To the rear of the property there is a well thought out kitchen/ breakfast room. The fitted kitchen has a fully tiled floor and features contrasting worktops with plenty of storage and integrated appliances which leads into a separate utility room when then has access into the garden and the double garage.
As you walk upstairs you will find four well-proportioned bedrooms, with the master bedroom and bedroom two benefitting from having access to their own modern en-suites, additionally there is a further three piece family bathroom.
Externally there is block driveway parking for multiple vehicles and access into a double garage. In the rear garden there is a patio area which is suitable for external garden furniture with the rest of the garden being laid to lawn, the garden has been further expanded as an additional parcel of land was purchased by the current owners some years ago.
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